Holden’s big sedan continues to be the segment leader since its inception, and continues to be the vehicle to possess if you want the mixture of a big engine in a large body shell (it’ll seat six without too much of a squeeze) and cornering energy that strikes a great compromise between the have to handle cleanly and also the imperative to cope with dirt tracks in the outback.
As may be expected Commodore is conservative in its styling, but i am not saying old-fashioned; neat touches like the smooth nose and tail provide a contemporary feel.
The sporting version adds a set of businesslike brake air ducts, that increase the car’s road presence. Engines run from the modest ‘economy’ V6 of 3.8 litres, to the 5.7 V8 also found in Monaro. In from a lusty supercharged 3.8 V6 – so something for everybody.